Why would BT be sending me a Halo hub, apologizing for my lack of service, when all my recent correspondence with them has been about upgrading from FTTC to their Fibre 100 FTTP, which is booked for November 25th. I certainly did not knowingly sign up for Halo when ordering Fibre 100 and I still have active broadband with no loss of service.
I appreciate this is probably an error and not easily answerable but maybe someone may have some insight into the workings of BT. Not disgruntled, just curious!
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This is a copy of part of the email I have received.
Ok, it's a Mini Hub?? What's that?
(Hope the copy an paste works ok.)
|We're sorry you're without broadband at the moment. But as part of our promise to keep you connected, we'll help you stay online in the meantime.|
Hi @Johnmlowe I'm sorry for any confusion caused, it sounds like the new fibre plan that has been ordered includes the Halo 3 benefits. With this, there is a keep you connected promise where a mini Hub is provided if there is any break or possible break in your service.
Have you checked over your order confirmation emails as that will let you know if Halo 3 is included in the upgrade order?
I asked for, but did not receive, a confirmation email listing my order. I have received an email advising me that an engineer will be calling on 25 th November to install the FTTP.
I am now concerned that things have gone awry. Are you in a position to check what is happening?